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Joseph Bush, 59 years young, of Yantley, AL, died on February 21, 2023. Jojo was born in Meridian, MS, at Saint Joseph Hospital on December 25, 1963, to the late Mary and Tobe Bush. He was so red with red hair that many of his siblings called him Fox. He grew up and lived his life to the fullest on Gamma Rd in Yantley, AL. He graduated from Choctaw County High School in Butler, AL, and went on to attend JobCorp, where he received his certificate in welding.
He was a man who wore many hats, from the numerous jobs to doing work throughout the community. He loved his family tremendously, especially his boys and grandchildren. Fox was a mild-mannered yet comical man! Everyone who has ever interacted with him has a story that will last a lifetime. Family, we all know why he doesn’t have hair now! Think back to the box hair color, clippers, and patches. Jojo loved a good laugh. He enjoyed his life to the fullest. He was very family-oriented.
He leaves behind two sons: Jamie (Shalissa) Easley (Surprise, AZ) and Justin Easley (Meridian, MS), four grandchildren: Jamal Easley, Kaycee Hughes-Easley, Jaleel Easley, and Janelle Easley (Surprise, AZ), one sister: Gloria (Robert) Glenn of Lisman, AL, eight brothers: Tobe (Katherine) Bush Jr., Uvond (Mary) Bush Sr., Ray (Dorothy) Bush Sr., Alfred (Katherine) Bush, Larry Bush, Roy Bush, Vandy Bush, and Bobby Bush, a host of cousins, friends, nieces, and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Tobe Bush Sr.; mother, Mary Emma Bush; two sisters, Emma Jean Johnson and Dorothy Bush; and two brothers, Milton and Lovelle Bush.